Bench. Sunday , November 12th , 2017 - 12:25:16 PM
The most common woods for these benches are cedar, teak, pine, and cypress. Most of these garden and outdoor benches are very easily maintained, especially when made from cedar and teak. Cypress is similar to teak and cedar which also makes it very popular. All three of these woods are known for their durability and natural oils that help to keep the wood looking younger for longer. These oils also repel insects and protect from warping, rotting, or decay.
However, oil is not recommended for outdoor benches. Oil should be reapplied every three months on indoor benches, so it probably will not last that long on outdoor teak benches. Also mildew tends to grow on outdoor benches that are oiled, so steer clear of oil if your bench is an outdoor bench. As with all quality wood furniture, it is necessary to clean your teak bench periodically. The best way to clean a teak bench is with a mixture of detergent, water, and bleach.
A bench is basically a table where work is performed. But it is not just an ordinary table. For one thing it has to be pretty solid and tough. How else can you effectively perform your work if you will do it on a feeble table? Sturdiness is perhaps the main attribute of a good bench. Other common qualities of a home work bench are: furnishing for easy access and storage of tools, an implement to stabilize a work-piece to the surface and make it workable with both hands, appropriate height for comfortable working.
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